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Instant Pot(r) Obsession: The Ultimate Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook for Cooking Everything Fast Paperback – Illustrated, 7 March 2017
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JANET A. ZIMMERMAN is the author of The Healthy Pressure Cooker Cookbook. A longtime pressure cooking enthusiast, she was quickly won over by the ease and convenience of the Instant Pot. For more than 15 years Janet has shared her love of cooking with others as food writer and culinary class instructor. Today she writes, teaches, and pressure cooks in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Publisher : Sonoma Pub; Illustrated edition (7 March 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 264 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1943451583
- ISBN-13 : 978-1943451586
- Item Weight : 726 g
- Dimensions : 20.3 x 1.84 x 25.4 cm
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NOTE: I'm in the UK and the measurements are all in US measurements: cups, pounds an ounces. Here in the UK recipes always have both kilograms/grams/litres/millilitres as well as pounds/ounces. Cups are a really annoying measurement (not used outside US) and ml should always be given!
Now for the negatives. This is an American book with American measures. Their pints and quarts are diferent from ours. It does not have the UK equivalents anywhere. It has only the American names for foods. I have downloaded and printed a comprehensive guide to UK and US equivalents from the internet to overcome this, but it is still irritating. Why sell books in the UK when publishers do not even have the courtesy to provide thesse equivalents?
Also the book is about the original Instant Pot so one has gto experiment to find out whether the version one has bought (mine's a Tefal) will do the same things. Hence the loss of one star.
My instant pot has sat in the pantry for 18 months, untried. This book makes me brave enoguh to get it out and start learning and using.